Below guide will teach you How to Replace a Cooling Fan. Please follow the instructions carefully.
Things You’ll Need:
- Socket and Ratchet Set
- 3/8 in. Drive Ratchet
- DIY Costs: Est. $0.00 parts only
- Shop Costs: Est. $63.24 parts and labor
- Prop the hood up and look for the radiator. Make sure that the engine is not hot otherwise you may burn your hand or skin.
- Find the cooling fan and try to rotate it with your hand.
- Detach the negative battery cable from the terminal.
- Remove the bolts or screws holding the cooling fan in place. Disconnect the wiring connectors as well.
- Take the cooling fan assembly out of the radiator.
- Take new cooling fan assembly and fix it properly in its place with the help of bolts or screws.
- Reconnect the wiring connectors and negative battery cable to the terminal.
- Switch the engine on and wait for the engine to become hot so that you can check whether the new cooling fan function properly or not.
Tips & Warning
- Whenever you are intended to work in engine compartment, use protective clothing to prevent injuries. Safety goggles, latex gloves or closed toe shoes will help you prevent injuries.